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This was the last Art Deco skyscraper built in Chicago; indeed, it was the last large office building completed before the twenty-year hiatus in major construction occasioned by the Depression and Second World War. The forms associated with the architecture of the late 1920s have been reached here. Closely ranked vertical bands of windows alternate with narrow, continuous piers to create a verticality that is unrelenting. The long facade of the building extends from LaSalle to Clark, and the shorter facades appear as narrow towers facing the two streets. The central mass is 44 stories high, and is flanked at each corner by a tower half that high. The 44-story building designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst & White is located in the heart of Chicago’s Central Loop with entrances to the building located on each of LaSalle, Clark and Adams streets. Architectural highlights include a dramatic two-story marble lobby with nickel silver and bronze metalwork.
  • Property Type : Office
  • Class : A
  • Property Size : 1865556
  • Year Built : 1934
  • Stories : 44
  • Typical Floor Size : 42399
  • Elevators : 40
Jon Zeitler


Chicago, Illinois

+1 (312) 881-7076


Irv Gilner

Executive Vice President

Chicago, Illinois

+1 (312) 881-7044


Available Space (1)

Max Contiguous
Lease Type
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Partial Basement 23,997 Sublease 23,997 Full Service
Unique vault space on lower level, redundant power and ventilation and private exterior access with elevator

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